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A half-hour television documentary about Ray Bradbury (1963) by David L. Wolper. Included is Bradbury's "Dial Double Zero," a short story about intelligence within a telephone system.
This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV
Producer: David L. Wolper
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Ray Bradbury; David L. Wolper; science fiction; dial double zero
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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I_loved_this movie! -
Subject: Some interesting remarks
His advice to young writers, and his attitude towards automobiles.
Interesting how unweird Bradbury appears, and the early 60s tone of the film that tries to make him seem normal to the general public who might think his stories were weird.